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We are a movement, an idea, a hope, and a dream coming together to form a reality!

The reality is to successfully build and maintain an accredited college specializing in the educational, social, work-readiness, and life skills of students who learn differently. Students with Learning Disabilities (LD), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and Dyslexia.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Our Vision

Is to be the leading accredited college for empowering students who learn differently to become self-advocating, socially enabled, technologically proficient, and economically skilled contributors to the global community of today and tomorrow.

Our Mission

We offer individualized and innovative educational methods combined with career training and personal development for students with learning disabilities wanting higher-education degrees and those who only desire vocational training and social skills. We leverage a student’s strengths to communicate, operate, and succeed in their chosen profession, achieve self-advocacy and productive lives, and be an influential contributors to the global community.

NHI-LA collaborates with industry professionals and local and national businesses to develop an environment that combines social and academic guidance. The learning process is centered on two essential elements within this environment: each student’s diagnosis and small learning communities (SLC). NHI-LA merges these elements with customized and hands-on business and social skills training, real-world labs, and the latest technologies to create a holistic environment for each student.

Teaching, Instruction, and Core Beliefs

The objective of NHI is to guide, educate, and enrich these exceptional students by merging hands-on, real-world assignments with our career and personal development programs and traditional/innovative academic teaching methods. Our goal is to create real-world projects collaborating with local and national businesses, non-profits, and government agencies.

NHI aims to mold daily assignments and the bulk of each student’s curriculum with traditional and non-traditional educational strategies and techniques with hands-on career and life skill development programs. We believe the nucleus of this molding process should consist of the latest teaching and learning methods, how each student absorbs preferred information, and their prior knowledge and IEP (Individualized Education Plan).

Through this holistic learning experience, we believe our students will evolve into individuals who can become financially and socially self-sufficient and productive members of today’s society.

A History of Helping Students

Our Career and Personal Development Program (CPDP) has a rich history under the former title “REACH”. We invite all visitors to Select the Program tab, then choose “The History of REACH”, to see video interviews from former students and view the testimonial video from one of our former REACH students. Afterward, select either one of the company logos under the testimonial video or go to the list of other IPs (Information Provider) businesses such as FOX Television and the Aquarium of the Pacific to view how they and other companies assisted our past At-Risk students.

Nondiscriminatory Policy

New Horizons Institute, Career and Personal Development Program (CPDP), the Summer Bridge Program and future programs, events, activities, rules or procedures, or any other organizations under NHI will make every offer not to discriminate against any student on the basis of race, color, national, gender, financial status, religion or ethnic origin. This policy includes hiring and disciplinary actions, all college conduct and educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs and social engagement policies. 

Meet our Advisory Board:

(Information coming soon)

Join our contact list and stay connected!

Visit our Contact Us page, fill out the contact form, and indicate that you wish to ‘Stay Connected’ and receive up-to-date progress reports. We will send you updates and let you know when and where our first official meeting will occur.

Where are we now!

Visit the ‘Where does your money go?” page to see what phase of development we are in.

This site will continuously be updated to keep you informed as to our developments. Future information will include up-to-date financial and organizational communication. Please take a moment and visit the rest of the site to find out the following:

We need your help! Join us! 

♦ To join us, go to the ‘Get Involved’ page and choose one of these options:

 * IP (Information Provider) Business or individual (For the career and personal development programs.)

* Volunteering

* Internship program

* For employment (Currently, we are not hiring. However, if you are interested in a career with NHI, please visit our ‘Contact Us’ page instructions for sending resumes, cover letters, and any links to your bio website (if applicable.)

Monetary giving, every cent counts:

♦ For monetary donations, visit our ‘Donations‘ page and select any of these fundraising efforts:

  • Computers and other equipment
  • School supplies and books
  • Professors, Instructors, Directors, Deans, and administrative staff, including the President’s salary
  • The main campus building, includes a library, cafeteria, and gym.
  • A housing complex
  • Government, insurance, and other administrative fees
  • The continuing development of the Personal and Career development programs

Thank you for your prayers and support. Please stay informed!

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